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United Kingdom: Desperate Boris Johnson appeals before referendum

United Kingdom: Desperate Boris Johnson appeals before referendum

United Kingdom: Desperate Boris Johnson appeals before referendum

The no-confidence motion against British Prime Minister Boris Johnson begins today.

It takes place from 19 to 21 Swedish time.

The results will be released after that.

The British Prime Minister will be able to vote after a sufficient number of Doris MPs support a no-confidence vote.

The news came after Johnson had been under intense pressure for a long time after revelations about his participation “Partigate” in party corruption.

Johnson’s fate will be decided by the 359 members of the Conservative Party. 181 votes are needed to continue as Prime Minister.

One last desperate request

In the last pessimistic appeal, Boris Johnson tried the day before to approach his members.

In a letter to all members, the Prime Minister, among others, wrote that today’s referendum was “a golden opportunity to move forward and focus on what really matters”, according to the BBC News which read a copy of the letter.

– The Prime Minister has commented that there can be an end to the media’s preferred frenzy and one party.

In the letter, Boris Johnson also writes that “a great gift can be achieved” for the people who support him in tonight’s vote.

Low support

A new poll by Opinium indicates that British support for Boris Johnson has plummeted.

Only 28 per cent of British voters want the PM to remain in office.

There is widespread support for removing Johnson from office.

The proportion of Tory voters who want Johnson to resign is 34 percent. In the Social Democratic Labor Party, 85 percent of the party’s voters want the prime minister to resign.

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Photo: Boris Johnson

Text: Editors